Tunnel of Love Valentine’s Events at City Museum

St. Louis — City Museum has Valentine’s celebrations ready for families and sweethearts. Bring the kids or bring your boo on a City Museum date for amazing photo ops in the Tunnel of Love and many other heart-related activities, free with admission. Valentine’s activities take place from February 1 through February 19.

The historic cabin inside City Museum is transformed into Cupid’s Cuddle Cabin for the celebrations. Valentine décor, themed cocktails, and a love songs playlist are just some of the cabin’s highlights. The Tunnel of Love light exhibit will brighten up the Vault during the entire month of February. Don’t miss the live Elvis show and an extravagant Gal-entine’s Day.

Fierce and fun love month activities include:

February 3-5 and Friday, February 10:

  • Valentine craft in Art City from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Cupid’s Cuddle Cabin with specialty cocktails
  • Tunnel of Love light exhibit in the Vault

Saturday, February 11:

  • Valentine craft in Art City from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Pinatas in the Vault Room (kids only) from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Cupid’s Cuddle Cabin with specialty cocktails
  • Tunnel of Love light exhibit in the Vault from 10 a.m. – 9 p.m. 
  • Special 21+ Event: Live Elvis Presley Show from 7 p.m. – 10 p.m. (Separate ticket required; all day entrance to the museum included.)

Sunday, February 12:

  • Valentine craft in Art City from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Pinatas in the Vault Room (kids only) from 2 p.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Cupid’s Cuddle Cabin with specialty cocktails
  • Tunnel of Love light exhibit in Vault from 3 p.m. – 9 p.m.
  • Special 21+ Event: Galentine’s Day in the Vault Room from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Smooth jazz, waffle bar, mimosas, heart pinatas for smashing, Valentine box-making contest and Valentine exchange, Bestie Photo Booth. (Separate ticket required; all day entrance to the museum included.) 


Admission to City Museum is $20. Children under 2 are free. Special rates are available for groups of 12 or more. City Museum is located at 750 N. 16th St., St. Louis, MO 63103. The attraction is open Thursdays through Sundays and select holidays. www.citymuseum.org; 314-231-2489; @citymuseum on social media.

Celebrate the magic of courage, love & adventure with Disney On Ice presents Into The Magic

St. Louis, MO –  Hosts Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse bring audiences on an expedition across raging seas, snow covered mountains and the marigold bridge in Disney On Ice presents Into The Magic. This action-packed extravaganza, produced by Feld Entertainment, Inc., features Disney’s Moana, Frozen, Coco and Beauty and the Beast with other beloved Disney characters skates into St. Louis from February 2-5, 2023 at the Enterprise Center.

Disney On Ice Preferred Customers can purchase advance tickets starting now to get the best seats available before tickets go on-sale to the general public on October 11, 2022. Fans can still sign up to become a Disney On Ice Preferred Customer and get exclusive access to the pre-sale offer code.

Into The Magic takes families on a high-sea adventure as Moana sets sail on a life-changing quest to save her island with help from the demigod Maui. With the ice floor transformed into the vast oceanic scape, Disney On Ice allows Moana’s strength and determination to take center stage. This engaging atmosphere lets audiences deepen their existing connection to their favorite wayfinder and discover one’s true identity is never out of reach. 

Journey across the Marigold Bridge with Miguel from Disney●Pixar’s Coco into the magnificent and mystical Land of the Dead and discover a vibrantly colorful performance with skeletons in a beautiful cultural celebration of family.

Beautiful production numbers invite audiences into the world of Beauty and the Beast, as Belle shows what it means to be fearless. Along with her new friends in the enchanted castle, Belle is encouraged to step outside the ordinary and find joy in the bleakest situation. As she looks beyond the harsh exterior of the Beast to reach his gentle heart, fans learn there are teachable moments in everyday life.

Through the athleticism and grace of Anna and Elsa, Rapunzel and Flynn, and Cinderella, brave heroes from Frozen, Tangled and Cinderella ignite passions to believe. Showgoers will witness each characters’ unique qualities and talents inspiring children around the world to discover their inner hero.


Enterprise Center, 1401 Clark Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63103 


Thursday, February 2,   7:00 PM

Friday, February 3,  11:00 AM & 7:00 PM

Saturday, February 4,  11:00 AM, 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM

Sunday, February 5,  11:00 AM & 3:00 PM



*Ticket pricing is subject to change based on market demand. 

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Are You Falling Behind On Your Fitness Goals?

A wide range of potential causes could be to blame for the fact that you have not been able to make any progress toward achieving the fitness goals that you have set for yourself. Among these potential causes is the fact that you have not been able to devote enough time to working out. It makes no difference what has happened in the past; the worst thing you can do is give up and consider yourself a hopeless cause. There is always a chance that things could turn out differently.  The time has come to get back on track and begin making progress toward achieving those goals. Let us look at some ways to approach it.


What are your goals?

What are some of the things that you hope to achieve?  Set your objective. You must decide and then proceed from that point onward. In order to achieve a mental victory, you should, for the time being, make certain that everything is crystal clear, that it is brief, and that it is restrained. Do you manage to consume the amount of water that is recommended for you to consume daily, which is eight glasses? Have you been able to get rid of those five extra pounds? What about a jog that is three miles long? Do you work out on four different days per week? You think you have figured out where your finish line will be, and you jot the information down. After that, you need to formulate a plan for how you are going to get there. Writing down your objectives and coming up with a strategy for how you intend to achieve them will increase the likelihood that you will be successful in achieving whatever it is that you have set out to do. Make sure that you not only provide a starting date but also a finishing date to achieve the goals that you have set for yourself. It is a good idea to get a smart watch to help you with this. Do your research – look at the apple watch battery life before settling on the model that you want. 

Make up a mantra

Create a mantra out of your “why,” which you should be able to answer now that you are aware of the reasons why you want to eat healthier: “I am going to eat healthier to feel better and save money.” It is a good idea to begin by reciting your mantra before you decide what you are going to eat for lunch. This will help you stay focused and on track. When you just do not feel like getting out of bed and going for a walk, using your mantra can help you get past those feelings and accomplish what you set out to do. Allow it to serve as a guide in the decision-making process so that you can make a choice that will assist you in achieving the goals you have established for yourself. If you keep doing this day after day, meal after meal, run after run, you will eventually notice a significant change as a result of the cumulative effect. This will happen whether you are trying to lose weight or improve your athletic performance.

Be less critical of yourself?

It is not necessary to be perfect in everything that you do in order to accomplish your goals and become successful. Perhaps you fell ill this week and were unable to complete even one of the four workouts that you had scheduled for yourself. If what you say is true, then you have a reason to feel guilty about what happened. That is okay. After a few of these slow, deep, and drawn-out breaths, let all of that air out of your lungs. It is not the right time for you to step down from your position, and you should not consider yourself to be a failure. Because they are mutually exclusive, the two objectives of progress and perfection are inherently incompatible with one another and therefore cannot coexist. It is imperative that you get back on track as soon as you feel better and work toward achieving some of your goals each day, even if it is only a small portion of what you have set out to do. The only way you will be successful is if you are consistent, so it is imperative that you get back on track as soon as you feel better. The most important step.

Beginning with some victories that are not particularly significant is a good way to get those positive and motivational feelings flowing in the right direction. It is more likely that you will continue doing what you are doing if you have a positive attitude about what you are doing and if you feel good about what you are doing.

6 Simple Ways to Help Your Kids Find a Fun Hobby


Kids can be weird. They become obsessed with something overnight, talk about it all the time, and then drop it suddenly as if they never cared. This can make it difficult for parents to determine what kids like to do, and you might figure out if they have hobbies or anything they truly enjoy. 

But, hobbies are important for kids of all ages. Not only does it keep them from getting bored, but it can also help them gain skills that can improve their mental and physical sharpness. If you feel like your kid isn’t doing enough or missing out on key experiences that come from hobbies, consider these six simple ways to help them find something fun. 

Think About What You Enjoy 

Often, kids follow the same hobbies as their parents, especially when they are younger, and want to emulate their mom or dad. This is a good place to start as you already have a lot of knowledge about your hobby, whether you like to watch and play football or sit on the sofa gaming on the latest console. 

These hobbies can be easier for kids to get into as all the resources are already there, giving you and your child a great opportunity to bond about something you share, which can help you make plenty of exciting and treasured memories. 

Don’t Pressure Them 

Kids may not say anything because they want to make you happy. Still, don’t pressure them into any hobby. Instead, gently introduce something to them, whether something you love or something you think they would enjoy. 

The pressure will make the hobby feel like a chore rather than something that is supposed to be fun. While they might get some enjoyment from it, they will often dread things they aren’t comfortable or skilled at, so give them the autonomy to make their own decisions. 

Show Interest In What They Enjoy

Your child may have picked up a hobby from a friend or relative, and you might not have noticed until they start talking to you about it. If they haven’t shown a genuine interest in anything before, make sure you show interest in what they enjoy to encourage them to stick with it. 

Now you know what they like, you can also feed this hobby by purchasing or showing them things they might love. If they’ve gotten into movies, fan sites from classic comedies like Prestige Worldwide or memorabilia from some of the finest films of all time will keep them engaged and encourage them to look for more classics they might love. 

Try Something Different Together

If you want you and your child to spend more time together, a shared experience with a brand new hobby you can both explore could be perfect. This is a great way to enhance your bond and also encourages you to do something you’d otherwise have ignored, especially if you’re set in your ways and want to open to new experiences. 

You don’t need to do anything too crazy, but joining local groups that welcome parents and kids is an excellent way to spend more time with each other and discover common backgrounds that will help you improve your relationship. 

Don’t Stick With Things That Aren’t Fun

Sometimes, your child might have put hours into a hobby and they stick with it even if they don’t enjoy it anymore. This is a prime example of the skunk-cost fallacy, and it can be difficult to escape from. 

But, hobbies are supposed to be fun, so if they have lost their passion, perhaps it’s time to give it up. Of course, it might just be that they feel exhausted or overwhelmed by the hobby. If this is the case, encourage them to take a few weeks off to clear their head and see how they feel the week after. 

Be Supportive, Whatever They Choose 

It might be that your child picks a hobby that you don’t understand, and that’s okay. Even if you don’t get Dungeons and Dragons or why on earth they would want to climb a sheer mountainside, supporting them is the only thing you need to worry about. 

If they ask for new gear for their birthday, get it for them. If they need a ride to the club, take them, and when they get back, ask them how it was. They’ll appreciate this much more than if you tried to force them into doing something else. 

Getting On the Hobby Horse 

Hobbies are an excellent way to boost confidence and introduce your kids to other exciting things the world can offer. While not everyone will adore sports or video games, this doesn’t mean there isn’t something out there to discover and find a passion that will keep them busy for the rest of their life.